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Golf: Daly and Davies deliver

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Golf: Torrance will take Ryder reins for Europe at Belfry

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Golf: Torrance has complete faith in the rookies

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Golf: Johnson in pursuit

ENGLAND'S TRISH Johnson birdied the final two holes for a third round 70 to raise hopes of a second win of the season at the Cantor Fitzgerald Laura Davies Invitational at Brocket Hall, Hertfordshire.

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